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Learn About Your State's Government
Decisions concering the federal level of government might get more attention nationwide, but state governments affect a large part of our everyday lives. Learn more about your state's government, your representatives, and current/past legislative sessions through your state's official legislative website.
Your state uses Ranked-Choice Voting for State legislative primaries and all federal elections, including the presidential race. RCV is not used in general elections for State legislature or governor. (source)
To learn more about Ranked-Choice Voting, you can visit VoterTech's information page about RCV by clicking here or you can learn more by visiting the official website for Maine's government.
Your state has approved use of Ranked-Choice Voting for all future presidential and Congressional races as well as races for governor, lieutenant governor, and all State representatives and senators. The first election to use RCV in Alaska will take place on November 8, 2022. (source)
To learn more about Ranked-Choice Voting, you can visit VoterTech's information page about RCV by clicking here or you can learn more by visiting the official website for Alaska's government.
Tracking State Bills
Although it's best to use your state's official legislative website for information on bills, OpenStates.org can make it easier to learn about your state government, track bills, and find your representatives. You can access your state's OpenStates page below. As a reminder, OpenStates.org is not an official government website, but it might be a good resource for finding information.